Re: Wish to purchase a certain model am/fm / cassett in...
Well, I finally just broke down, went out and purchased a brand new am/fm/cassette player. These type stereo decks are kind of scarce now -a-days. It was reasonably priced and hope it will last longer than the old Phase Linear PCR4500.
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P.S. The new rig is a completely different name manufacturer.
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if it is bigger than the original deck it will not fit if it is smaller there are car audio inserts sold at walmart and electronic stores that makes it fit just like the factory one
hope this helps you good luck and have a great day
I don't know this model in particular but JVC is supposed to be a good name.
As for being a cassette player, I hope you either have a bunch of cassettes stored away somewhere or at least another cassette deck to record your favorite music onto blank tapes because cassettes are pretty much obsolete so you pretty much can expect nothing new to be released on them and only find them in pawn shops, flea markets or garage sales, etc...
Some features I would look for in a cassette deck are things like Automatic Music Search, Music Scan (uses AMS and plays a couple seconds of each track), Dolby NR, Dolby B and Dolby C, Auto Reverse with Ferret Head(head actually flips over instead of a 4 channel head).
press and hold 'disp' button until the time flashes. you might have to press once, then press and hold. when the time flashes, the 'back' or left arrow button does the hour, the 'forward' or right arrow does the minute.
Based on the specs of the CD player there are no AUX inputs on the deck. Neither 1/8 inch or RCA inputs. Has preamp RCA outs but that doesn't help. The only way to do it would be to use an FM Transmitter. Like these ones or others that are compliant with your generation of Ipod.